Mobile Security – Dos and Don’ts

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Mobile Security – Dos and Don’ts

All You Need To Know



Password protect the mobile phone. It is recommended to set the maximum number of incorrect password submissions no more than three. Choose a strong password to keep your account and data safe


Review your account statements frequently to check for any unauthorized transactions. Change your IPIN regularly


Report a lost or stolen phone immediately to your service provider and law enforcement authorities



Never give your PIN or confidential information over the phone or internet. Never share these details with anyone


Don’t click on links embedded in emails/social networking sites claiming to be from the bank or representing the bank


Don’t transfer funds without due validation of the recipient, as funds once transferred cannot be reversed


Don’t store sensitive information such as credit card details, mobile banking password and user ID in a separate folder on your phone


Don’t forget to inform the bank of changes in your mobile number to ensure that SMS notifications are not sent to someone else


Never reveal or write down PINs or retain any email or paper communication from the bank with regard to the PIN or password


Be cautious while accepting offers such as caller tunes or dialer tunes or open/download emails or attachments from known or unknown sources. Be cautious while using Bluetooth in public places as someone may access your confidential data/information


Be cautious while using Bluetooth in public places as someone may access your confidential data/ information


Be careful about the websites you are browsing, if it does not look authentic, do not download anything from it